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Metering: A Photography Tutorial

Ever tried to take an indoor (natural light) photo of someone sitting in a chair in front of a window with the blinds open?  Were you disappointed when your expensive, fancy digital camera produced a dark silhouette of that person, with a perfectly exposed window behind them?  Not the look you were going for, was […]

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Just a Little More Light

I was recently going through some images from this summer on one of my hard drives, and I came across these two frames that made me smile.  I thought they might be helpful in explaining how to “manipulate light” (or manipulate your camera’s settings, really) to get two different moods from the same setting, same […]

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Shooting the Color Red

Have you ever been taking some pictures of red roses and noticed that they are almost neon?  Or tried to take a picture of a bowl of strawberries and they look like they are bleeding?  It happens to me all the time.  I am a food photographer and it is extra important for me to […]

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Photo Challenge v2 | a few favorites

Iam loving these photography challenges.  I love seeing your interpretation of the challenge and the creativity amongst our readers.  It is truly inspiring.  It is going to be hard to pick a winner.  Here are a few that I quickly pulled from the pool. by marvettsmith -  I love the light in her eyes and […]

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Winter Window Light: A Tutorial

Unless you live in a subtropical climate, you probably are a bit chilly right now reading this article in mid-January.  If you’re a professional photographer, you’re probably cringing at the thought of having to go outside for your next shoot. Well, I’d like to give you a little tutorial on utilizing window light indoors today! […]

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